Iran visit: Lal Masjid cleric receives death threats from Wahabi terrorists

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Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 12 October 2011


shiitenews lal masjid islamabad Maulana Aamer Siddique, the second-in-command (Naib Khateeb) at the Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) in Islamabad, is believed to be in the process of being expelled from his post in the coming days as a penalty for visiting Islamic Republic of Iran, sources familiar with the matter told The Shiite News. Siddique has now been receiving death threats while being

it may be noted here that the Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) was the focal point of the terrorits of outlawed Al-Qaeeda, Taliban, Harkat-ul-Mujahadeen, Sipah-e-Sahaba and Laskhar-e-Jhagvi terrorists, which was involved in the anti-state activities.

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labeled a “Shia-sympathiser”, The Shiite News Montorinng desk learnt from the Express Tribune. Maulana Abdul Aziz (chief cleric of the Radical Red Mosque), whose brother Maulana Abdul Rasheed Ghazi, was killed in the operation against Red Mosque militants named “Operation Silence” in July, 2007 is believed to be behind the decision for his removal and death threats to Maulana Aamer Siddique.

Maulana Aamer Siddique’s visit to Iran was brought to the forefront by Aziz during his Friday sermon, saying that the visit had hurt the sentiments of the community. In a fiery speech, Aziz allegedly invoked JUI (F) activists, students of the madrassas and activists of the Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP), all groups belonging to the Deobandi School of Islamic theology.

Consequently, Maulana Aamer Siddique is now all set to be expelled from his existing responsibilities and a formal announcement is likely to be made by Aziz shortly, sources further revealed. Maulana Aziz and his terrorist wife Umme Hassan, the woman said to be the brains behind the Red Mosque burqa brigade, expressed serious reservations about Aamer’s visit of Islamic Republic of Iran and have asked him to join an Imambargah or Shia Mosque instead, sources added. The couple refused to meet Siddique and snubbed him when he finally had an opportunity to clarify his position, labeling him an outsider.

Siddique assumed the responsibility of Naib Khateeb on May 17, 2009, replacing Ghazi Abdul Rashid after his death in the army operation against the terrorists and was also one of the main activists who played a pivotal role in Aziz’s release.

The cleric was part of a ten-member delegation who visited Iran on the invitation of the Islamic Republic of Iran Government in "Islamic Awakening Conference", where he have visited the grave (mausoleum) of founder of Islamic Revolution Imam Khomeini (ra), an act that has deeply enraged his elders. Talking to The Express Tribune, Siddique said he visited Iran on the invitation of the Islamic Republic of Iran Government along with with nine other members inclduing Prof Sajeed Mir, Allama Sajid Naqvi,Qazi Hussain Ahmed and others, adding that he had been receiving death threats and believed his life to be in danger.

it may be noted here that the Red Mosque (Lal Masjid) was the focal point of the terrorits of outlawed Al-Qaeeda, Taliban, Harkat-ul-Mujahadeen, Sipah-e-Sahaba and Laskhar-e-Jhagvi terrorists, which was involved in the anti-state activities.

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